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Professor Ovalle talks about leading with kindness and care...

Hello, Cinema Studies Community. As the Cinema Studies team was working night and day to prepare a fall schedule that will keep us safe and healthy on campus amidst a pandemic, a new but sadly familiar crisis shook the world. George Floyd’s death is an important reminder that, for members of our Black community, no day is truly “safe.” As resistance movements march in the streets, we must all carefully revisit the ways in which white power and privilege shape our lives and end others. As a non-Black woman of color, I stand in solidarity with the Black community by listening, learning, and taking action.

Cinema Studies Fall Term 2020 Courses

Fall Registration Begins June 2nd

The fall class schedule and information about registration priority for students will be available on June 1st. On that date, you will be able to find out your registration date and time for fall classes in DuckWeb. Registration for Fall 2020 will begin on Tuesday, June 2nd. For more information about fall registration, please read the letter from the Division of Undergraduate Education and Student Success.

Cinema Studies Majors:  The fall course list is now available. Visit the course list page for the complete list of courses and how they satisfy the major.

Courses below are open to all majors!

Students: Interested in working for the Department of Cinema Studies next year?

Make sure to check your email and the Cinema Studies website in August and September for information on how to apply for student positions for the 2020-21 academic year, including lab monitors and  equipment room monitors! Working for the department is a great way to gain hands-on experience and stay up-to-date on what's happening in the department!

 

 

Cinema Studies Virtual Commencement Ceremony 2020

Congratulations to the Cinema Studies majors participating in the 2020 Cinema Studies Commencement Ceremony!  

Please visit the Cinema Studies commencement page for important information and deadlines on registering to participate in the Cinema Studies Virtual Commencement Ceremony, registering for the UO commencement ceremony, applying to graduate, and personalizing your graduation slide. 

Class makes documentaries through remote teaching

“Rich and crazy” is how Sergio B. Sanchez describes the street art he observed growing up in his Chicano community of Santa Ana, California.

Sanchez is now a University of Oregon senior who aspires to use his talent to inspire at-risk youth. That in turn inspired fellow student Noeli Martinez-Gabriel to choose Sanchez as the subject of a class project, just as the class went remote in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

"The Art of Producing" Featuring Award-Winning Producer Ryan Zacarias

The University of Oregon Department of Cinema Studies proudly welcomes award-winning producer Ryan Zacarias for the fifth annual Harlan J. Strauss Visiting Filmmaker Series.

Cinema Studies has been honored to bring the Harlan J. Strauss Visiting Filmmaker Series to Oregon for the past five years. Through the generosity of Harlan (PhD ’74) and Rima Strauss, the Department of Cinema Studies is the recipient of an endowment that brings successful industry filmmakers and emerging talents to campus annually to mentor students and hold public conversations.

Cinema Studies is excited to continue the engaging experience for our students and the film community this spring through a series of remote events made available in virtual formats. In addition to the remote events, Zacarias is mentoring students and guest lecturing in the spring term course “CINE 408:  The Art of Producing.”

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